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    Default Re: PA > MD with ccw

    Quote Originally Posted by iUxTc View Post
    https://mdsp.maryland.gov/Organizati...rryPermit.aspx

    Dont forget these to give you a headache!

    Restriction on the wear, carry and transport of handguns and firearms in certain places appear throughout Maryland law and regulations. Below are statutes and regulations detailing the handgun and firearm restrictions. This list should not be considered all-inclusive.

    1. On school property (CR 4-102)

    2. Within 1,000 feet of a demonstration in a public place (CR 4-208)

    3. In legislative buildings (SG 2-1702)

    4. Aboard aircraft (TR 5-1008)

    5. In lodging establishments where the innkeeper reasonably believes individuals possess property that may be dangerous to other individuals, such as firearms or explosives (BR 15-203)

    6. On dredge boats, other than two 10 gauge shotguns (NR 4-1013)

    7. In or around State-owned public buildings and grounds (COMAR 04.05.01.03)

    8. On Chesapeake Forest Lands (COMAR 08.01.07.14)

    9. In State Forests (COMAR 08.07.01.04)

    10. In State Parks (COMAR 08.07.06.04)

    11. In State Highway Rest Areas, unless properly secured within vehicle (COMAR 11.04.07.12)

    12. In community adult rehabilitation centers (COMAR 12.02.03.10)

    13. In child care centers, except for small centers located in residences (COMAR 13A.16.10.04)*
    Very specific on the 'In or around State-owned public buildings and grounds,' huh? Like on a roadway? Eating at a restaurant 'near' a DMV office? Parking next to a state office building?

    Or 'Within 1,000 feet of a demonstration in a public place.' Just unknowingly walking within a block or two of a demonstration?

    We all know what this is about.

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    Default Re: PA > MD with ccw

    Quote Originally Posted by esh21167 View Post
    Very specific on the 'In or around State-owned public buildings and grounds,' huh? Like on a roadway? Eating at a restaurant 'near' a DMV office? Parking next to a state office building?

    Or 'Within 1,000 feet of a demonstration in a public place.' Just unknowingly walking within a block or two of a demonstration?

    We all know what this is about.
    The devil's in the details and requires accessing the individual codes.

    For demonstrations the conditions require direct notification before 4-208 would apply:

    Md. CRIMINAL LAW Code Ann. 4-208

    (b) Prohibited. --
    (1) This subsection does not apply to a law enforcement officer.

    (2) A person may not have a firearm in the person's possession or on or about the person at a demonstration in a public place or in a vehicle that is within 1,000 feet of a demonstration in a public place after:

    (i) the person has been advised by a law enforcement officer that a demonstration is occurring at the public place; and

    (ii) the person has been ordered by the law enforcement officer to leave the area of the demonstration until the person disposes of the firearm.
    https://advance.lexis.com/documentpa...7-695bffc29b31
    Last edited by tl_3237; July 25th, 2022 at 09:42 AM.
    IANAL

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    Default Re: PA > MD with ccw

    Quote Originally Posted by tl_3237 View Post
    The devil's in the details and requires accessing the individual codes.

    For demonstrations the conditions require direct notification before 4-208 would apply:

    Md. CRIMINAL LAW Code Ann. 4-208



    https://advance.lexis.com/documentpa...7-695bffc29b31
    That's at least 'better.' Thanks for the specifics.

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    Default Re: PA > MD with ccw

    I heard a rumor that MD is denying the training exception for veterans if your didn't have an infantry billit or it's been too long since separation or you didn't document pistol qualification.

    Anyone hearing anything about this?

    This is rumormill stuff. I have no first hand verification.

    Obviously if they try that it is a violation of law since the exemption is codified in Maryland law

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